Just about every woman I know, has at least one LBD – or little black dress. I have around a dozen in my closet, in as many sizes to wear, when my weight fluctuates. But do you have a little gray dress? In Aimee Brown’s, debut novel, LITTLE GRAY DRESS (CrookedCat), life is always better for Emi, when she slips into her favorite outfit – her little gray dress.

She’s going to need her little gray dress, because her ex-fiancé’s sister is getting married to her brother. Emi has managed to keep ex-fiancé, Jack Cabot out of her life for nearly two years. That’s going to change now that her brother, Evan is marrying his sister, Hannah. Can Emi miss her own brother’s wedding? No, but she and her unfinished issues, can certainly add some drama to the event.

Emi caught Jack in a compromising position two days before they were to marry. She immediately called the wedding off without ever having another word with Jack. Hum? Maybe she should have, because sometimes, situations aren’t what they appear to be.

You can tell author, Aimee Brown was having fun when she wrote, LITTLE GRAY DRESS, and will readers. Emi, who doesn’t have a mean bone in her body, finds herself in the middle of a tornado of mishaps. She’s able to squeeze into her bridesmaid dress with the help of a corset, her 5’3″ frame teeters on 6-inch hooker shoes she’s afraid of falling off of and her biggest problem, is drinking entirely too much to make herself stronger.

LITTLE GRAY DRESS is a fun chick-lit novel with characters you’ll get to know and love (and hate) and situations leading up to the perfect “happily-ever-after-ending.” Aimee Brown is fresh voice in chick-lit.


Aimee Brown is a writer and an avid reader. Little Gray Dress is her first published novel. Her second novel is in the works now. She’s currently studying for her Bachelor’s degree in English Writing. She spends much of her time writing, doing homework, raising three teenagers, binge watching shows on Netflix and obsessively cleaning and redecorating her house. She’s fluent in sarcasm and has been known to utter profanities like she’s competing for a medal.

Aimee grew up in Oregon but is now a transplant living in cold Montana with her husband of twenty years, three teenage children, and far too many pets.

She would love to hear your thoughts on LITTLE GRAY DRESS! If you’d like to chat with her she’s very active on social media. You can find her at any of the networks below. Stop by and say hello!

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Thanks to Aimee, we have one signed copy of LITTLE GRAY DRESS to giveaway. All of us have LBDs, but do you have a “little gray dress?” Tell us about it. We’ll announce a winner next week.


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25 thoughts on “LITTLE GRAY DRESS by Aimee Brown & GIVEAWAY

  1. Gray is my go-to color for everything. My favorite was a long sleeved shirt dress and my grey suede shoes. Sadly, it no longer fits.

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  2. I have a casual grey but I don’t think I would call it an LGD lol. Now I want one! Although I do like to go without something more colorful

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  3. I adore gray. My fave color. My daughter’s middle name is even Gray. I have an adorable knit dress in gray with pockets that I adore.

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  4. I don’t own a black or gray dress. These days, I wear mostly jumper dresses. I did use to have a knit black sundress, but it had developed several holes after many years of wear.

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  5. I don’t have gray, but what a good idea. I have black, and navy. When I feel like standing out…not often, I have a pink and also a floral. Yes, yes I have 4 dresses. I hope to not have the need for a dress tooooo odten!

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  6. I don’t have a little gray dress – yet. I’m making my way to it by adding everything gray to my wardrobe leading to the dress – shoes, purse, motorcycle jacket, slacks, shorts, etc. Still looking for the perfect gray dress.

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  7. Don’t have a gray or black, or any dress. Never go anywhere to wear a dress, but have a grandson’s wedding coming up in October so will have to go find one soon!

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